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University of California, Santa Cruz (Physics)
Yale University (Master's)
University of California, Santa Cruz (Master's)
I have taught and tutored math, physics and Spanish for nearly 20 years. I started tutoring part-time in college, found out I had a knack for it and then started along the path of becoming a full-time teacher. I have taught physics and mathematics from the middle school all the way to the college level and for each age group I have based my teaching and tutoring approach on helping the student find his or her own path toward understanding. I assess and I gauge students' learning styles and then let them find their way down the path of learning while providing a watchful eye and a helping hand should they veer off that path. Also, let's not forget that learning math, science and foreign languages can be fun!
I have taught and tutored math, physics and Spanish for nearly 20 years. I started tutoring part-time in college, found out I had a knack for it and then started along the path of
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